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Kim Kardashian Weight Loss Diet Plan After Baby: Carb Cycling Diet, Healthy Snacks and High Fiber Diet (Kim Kardashian before and after baby photos)

What’s the secret of Kim Kardashian’s Post-Baby Weight Loss? Kim Kardashian showed her slim shape just 3 months after giving birth to her daugher. It’s certain that she has found an effective and much better diet regime both for her weight loss: Carb Cycling diet, High Fiber diet, healthy snacks and fresh foods. The diet is so important because it not only benefits Kim Kardashian’s weight loss, also because she is still breastfeeding, the diet also benefits her baby girl.

Kim Kardashian before and after baby photos

Kim Kardashian Weight Loss Diet Plan After Baby Carb Cycling Diet, Healthy Snacks and High Fiber Diet (Kim Kardashian before and after baby photos

Carb Cycling: 

Kim Kardashian’s Carb Cycling diet is to cut back on eating carbs every other day. The benefit of carb cycling is for better keeping up her energy and health for breastfeeding North West.

Healthy snacks: 

  • Snacking twice a day
  • Toasted pita bread, reduced-fat hummus (two tablespoons)
  • On days when she had Carb Cycling Diet, Kim would change pita bread to things like celery, carrots, cucumber and hummus, according to insider.

High Fiber Diet: 

Kim Kardashian has been having high fiber diet which also helps for weight loss because high fiber diet increases the digestion.

Fresh and healthy foods: 

Kardashian’s mom, Kris Jenner once revealed they had a cook to prepare everything fresh in the fridge and cook for Kim. Fresh and healthy foods are especially helpful for a nursing mom as Tracy Anderson once told OK magazine:

If you’re nursing, this is not the time that you can really diet because you have to keep enough calories so you can have a healthy milk supply. I think that a trend I’m seeing is a lot of women will nurse and diet and they don’t realize that it’s not okay for the baby because you’re not giving the baby breast milk that is full enough.